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Tommy Hahn, 450 Motocross – Team Muscle Milk Honda|
Tommy started the year out as a true privateer on his own bike. He got the call from the factory Honda guys to fill in for injured rider, Trey Canard, and he’s been putting out his best effort towards the opportunity. Hahn was a Honda factory rider back in 2007 on a 250. This weekend Tommy went 7th in both moto one and moto two for seventh overall at Washougal. He sits fifteenth in points while the series takes a break until Southwick.
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Justin Bogle, 250 Supercross/Motocross – GEICO Honda|
After a very successful amateur career, Justin entered the pro ranks at the end of the 2011 season. He’s shown he has exceptional speed even at the pro level. He’s already scored podiums and great overall finishes but he hasn’t seen his potential yet due to some injuries. After sitting out a few rounds in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series to have minor surgery, Justin is back on the bike. This past weekend at Washougal he went 9th and 5th to finish a respectable 7th overall in the 250 class.
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Stefy Bau, U.S. Brand Manager – GoldenTyre|
GoldenTyre is only 7 years old but making big strides in the niche motorcycle markets. They work in strict collaboration with teams in MiniCross, Extreme Enduro, Motocross/ Supercross, Flat Track, and Trials, just to name a few. When they made the debut into the U.S. it was announced that Stefy would be the brand manager on U.S. soil and it seems fitting given her list of accomplishments. She is arguably one of the most successful women motocross racers winning titles in both Europe and the U.S. and has been involved on the business side as well as G.M. of the FIM Women World Motocross Championship.
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Roger Hayden, AMA Pro SuperBike Racer – National Guard Jordan Suzuki Team|
Roger is currently in 4th place in the AMA Pro Superbike class following an amazing run at Mid-Ohio where he led part of the race and closely trailed series point’s leader, Josh Hayes, when he was not leading the race. He is having one of his best seasons ever in the AMA Pro Superbike class with five podiums and two second place finishes. In 2011 he finished in 6th place overall with eight top five finishes and two podiums. Roger is the 2007 AMA Pro Super Sport Champion and a former AMA Horizon Award winner.
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Larry Pegram, AMA Pro Superbike Racer – Foremost Insurance Pegram Racing Team|
Pegram recently had a good weekend at his home track, Mid-Ohio; finishing 5th on Saturday and 6th on Sunday. He is 6th overall in the AMA Pro Superbike standings with his best finish a 4th at the series opener in Daytona. So far this season he has only been outside the top 10 once. In 2011 he finished 7th overall with three top five finishes. He won superbike races in 2009 and 2010 and finished 4th overall both years in the standings.
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